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Feb 5, 2011 6:00am EST
,000 protesters who expressed discontent with mubarak. barack obama said discussions have begun in egypt on a turnover of the government. president obama, who said mubarak who will leave in the depall, should consider his legacy and opt out for a peaceful transition. >> the issues in egypt will not be resolved through violence and suppression. we are encouraged by the restraint shown today. second, the future of england will be determined by its future. it is also clear there needs to be a transition process that begins now. >> as the dramatic scenes play out for millions of tv viewers around the world, local egyptians paying close attention to the unrest and the violence in their homeland. >> at highland town local market, ashran tries to hide the emotion he feels as he watches the scenes of violence as demands continue for hosni mubarak to step down. >> tomorrow is going to be better. >> egyptians are very emotional and they like to express things in a very emotional way. not necessarily a violent way but an emotional way. sometimes when you get emotional people on both sides, violence
NBC
Feb 26, 2011 5:00am EST
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NBC
Feb 12, 2011 5:00am EST
mubarak has agreed to step down. as crowds erupted in euphoria, president obama praised the transition and spoke about the subject. >> i am sure there will be difficult days ahead. many questions remain unanswered. i am confident that the people of egypt can find the answers. >> those answers could have wide-ranging impact. >> there is no doubt that the united states is going to be as keenly interested as the people of egypt as to who their next prime minister and who their next president is going to be. >> pentagon officials have been in close contact with their counterparts in the egyptian ministry. some say there have been ripple-effects through the arab world. >> i say to our iranian friends, let your people march, let your people speak. >> the entire region under a watchful eye as egypt moves from a country in celebration to a nation in the midst of monumental change. kristen dahlgren, nbc news , washington. >> and people all over the world have been watching that revolution unfold, including egyptians right here in maryland. barry sims continues our team coverage. >> the celebrat
NBC
Feb 12, 2011 6:00am EST
erupted in euphoria, president obama praised the start of transition and promised support of the egyptian people. >> this is not the end of egypt's transition. it is a beginning. i'm sure there will be difficult days ahead, and many questions remain unanswered. but i am confident that the people of egypt can find the answers. >> those answers could have wide-ranging impact. >> there is no doubt that the united states is going to be as keenly interested as the people of egypt as to who their next prime minister and who their next president is going to be. >> pentagon officials have been in close contact with their counterparts in the egyptian military, and vice president biden hinted at what some say could be ripple effects through the arab world. >> i say to our iranian friends, let your people march. let your people speak. >> the entire region now under a watchful eye as egypt moves from a country in celebration to a nation in the midst of monumental change. [cheers and applause] >> kristen dahlgren, nbc news, washington. >> egyptians around the world are celebrating mubarak's resignatio
NBC
Feb 12, 2011 9:00am EST
. president obama promised support. >> this is not the end of the transition. it is the beginning. i'm sure there will be difficult days ahead, and many questions remain not insert. i am confident that the people of egypt will find the answers. >> those answers could have wide-ranging impact. >> there is no doubt the united states will be as keenly interested as the people of egypt as to who their prime minister and president will be. >> vice-president joe biden hinted at what some said could be a ripple effect through the arab world. >> i say to our iranian friends, let your people march. let your people speak. >> the entire region is now under a watchful eye as egypt moves from a country and celebration, to a nation in the midst of monumental change. >> as the mubarak era comes to a close, egypt to set the threshold of tremendous change. all eyes are on the country. we continued scene coverage -- we continue team coverage. >> when the protests began, tensions made it the ideal candidate for a revolution. >> anywhere where you have a lot of unemployment, there will be a division, and peopl
NBC
Feb 5, 2011 5:00am EST
in cairo yesterday to express their discontent with mubarak. in washington, president obama said discussions have begun about the turnover of mubarak. the president said mubarak should consider his legacy and opt for a peaceful transition. >> the transition will not be done through violence and repression. we are encouraged by the restraint shown today. we hope it continues. second, the future of egypt will be determined by its people. it is also clear there needs to be a transition process that begins now. >> residents in this country are watching and waiting. they are worried about family members in their homeland. barry sims. >> at this market ashraf rashwan tries to conduct business and also to follow what's happening in his homeland. >> no more violence, no more dictatorship. >> he is glued to news reports. >> we don't have a problem with him as a person, but now we are mad because he close his eye, he don't see what's going on in egypt. now he see what's going on. time for it to go. >> university professor dr. james saunders prepares for class. >> what are the ethical reaso
NBC
Feb 5, 2011 9:00am EST
to make a swift exit. so far, he has refused that brought out protesters yesterday. president barack obama said discussions have been -- have begun on a turnover of the government. mubarak says he will lead in the fall. >> the issues at stake will not be resolved through violence or suppression. we are encouraged by the restraint that were shown today. we hope that it continues. second, for the future of egypt, it will be determined by its people. it is also clear that there needs to be a transition process that begins now. if >> meanwhile, egyptians in this country are watching and waiting. they are worried about family members as the political situation and the violence continues. terry -- barry simms continues our coverage. >> at this local market, he tries to conduct business, and pay attention to what is happening in his homeland. >> it is time for freedom, time for a change. no more dictatorship. and that is what we want. peace. >> the seeds of violence, the reality of polarization, and the continued demands that mubarak step down keep him glued to news reports. >> we do not have a p
NBC
Feb 19, 2011 6:00am EST
obama. meanwhile, a budget battle in the state of wisconsin could have rippling effects across the country. governors from california to maryland grappling with how to balance state budgets and keeping a close eye on wisconsin. republican governor scott walker is pushing for collective bargaining rights for many public bloys and increases in health care and pension payments. it is a move that sparked outrage in the form of protests and walk-outs. >> you want to negotiate? we'll help you fix your problem. that's not what this is about. you shouldn't pretend that that's what this is about. this is about union busting. >> if it is successful, this will be an example of, he did it, and so can i. >> labor is gearing up for expensive fights. some 44 states are protecting budget shortfalls for fiscal year 2012. >> maryland faces an stipulated budget shortfall of $1.6 billion. governor o'malley said he has a plan to make ends meet. kai reed has details. >> the governor's letter to ray lahood says he has all the changes that could be made in the fund money. the replacement of three amtr
NBC
Feb 19, 2011 9:00am EST
faces a rough ride in the senate as well as a threatened veto from president obama. meanwhile, a budget battle in the state of wisconsin could have a rippling effect across the country. lawmakers are grappling with how to balance state budgets. scott walker is pushing for the elimination of collective bargaining rights for many employees and increases in their health care and tension payments. it is a move that sparked 0 ourge in the form of protests and walk-outs. >> you shouldn't pretend that's what this is about. this is about union busting. >> if this is successful, this will be something a lot of governors will look at. >> so far some 44 states and d.c. are protecting budget shortfalls totaling $125 billion for the fisskl year 2012. >> the state faces an estimated shortfall for fiscal year 2012. governor o'malley said he has the plan to make it work. >> the governor's letter to transportation secretary ray lahood focuses on the initiatives and improvements that maryland could make with the federal -- the replacement of three amtrak tunnels. and the redevelopments and expansion of a
NBC
Feb 26, 2011 9:00am EST
- government protesters. civilian supporters are armed to manned checkpoints. the obama administration has frozen assets of the libyan government, the leader muammar gaddafi, and four of his children. in new zealand, the death toll has risen to 145. more bodies were pulled from crushed buildings after last tuesday's earthquake. thousands of survivors are scrambling to get by without basic services. >> prince william and his bride- to-the enjoy day homecoming of sorts. they returned to the comfortable surroundings of st. andrews university where they first met. the university bestowed a scholarship for underprivileged students in the name of the royal couple. >> i do not think they need these tips, but if you are planning a vacation, how to make the most of your money. >> and, note oscar winners, just good, fun, popcorn flexed this weekend. next you has our review of "hall pass." switching to progressive could mean hundreds more in your wallet year after year. feed me! saving you money -- now, that's progressive. call or click today. >> now, your insta-weather-plus forecast with meteorologi
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